like as in their expressions

anonymous asked:

Can i request a reaction of bts finding out that their gf loves getting hickeys and that it turns her on when Someone like nibbles on her skin and give her little love bites? If you just Do some of the members can i ask for Hoseok, Yoongi and Jimin?

Since i’m a hoe im doing all the members lmao <3


I know everyone thinks of Jin as precious mom and while this is correct, Jin is also a man and ranked pretty high on the BTS Pervert Scale. I think Jin would secretly love it but never physically say it rather than express how much he likes to give you marks for other to see. Just seeing how much you enjoyed it would be enough to turn him on.


THIS KINKY FUCKER RIGHT HERE. Yoongi would 100% be into it but it would honestly be on the vanilla end of the spectrum when it comes to sexual activities with Yoongi. Nonetheless he’d be sure your marks are prominent and large enough to where it’d be a real hassle to even cover them up because he likes watching you try and either give up or not succeeding.


D-A-To The-D-D-Y. Oh my god would Namjoon have a fucking blast knowing that biting and hickeys turned you on as much as it turned him on. He’d love giving them and getting them (only where he can hide it) cause you’re a couple and he’d definitely want to make sure everyone knew. He only wants marks where he knows about them due him being so dominant but that’s not to say his neck could have a few love bites.


Oh boy. This excited little ball of sunshine. Even in sexual moments he’d be energetic as hell and always ready for something new. He’d absolutely enjoy giving you hickeys EVERYWHERE. Since sex with him is generally very playful with the serious sexy moments mixed in, he’d probably even go as far as give you a few in public just cause he can’t stay away from you.


BABY BOY, BABY ANGEL, JIMINNIE. Oh jeez this little puppy would do absolutely anything you asked. Jimin may have asserted a dominant role in the relationship but he’s a people pleaser and he wouldn’t even hesitate if you asked him to mark you up. He’d of course want you to return the favor because there’s nothing cuter and more asserting than matching hickeys am I right?


This little tease. He’d absolutely be on board for unwarranted hickeys anywhere anytime without a single fuck if its where people can see, Taehyung loves skinship almost as much as he loves teasing and getting you worked up to the point you’re begging him to drag you off to somewhere more private.


See baby boy Kookie here would have been dreaming about marking you up and making you squirm forever but him being the little gentleman he is, he’d wait for you to bring it up. Be warned though, this is like pandora’s fucking box ok. The moment you open up that gateway for sweet Kookie here, you’re not going to live a single day where you don’t have hickeys at least somewhere on your body.

Ok but… the way that Joonie talk about Jin is so beautiful, I mean, you can almost touch the admiration in the Namjoon voice! and that’s actually so cute and gorgeous, this is not about ship Namjin or smt like that ok? is about their friendship, like when Namjoon talks about the song you can realize based on his expression that him was totally enthralled by the song, he even says: ‘’Awake… Jin’s done something amazing right?’’ Namjoonie shows their total support to Seokjin and that is wonderful and as an army I feel grateful that they love and encourage Jin in that way, he deserves it and u know that. 

Then when he starts to talk about the first time he met Jin, again you can notice that tone of voice, admiration and respect… ‘’i never met anyone like him before.’’ we all know that Jin is a unique and special person, right? Joonie could see that from the beginning, while he did not understand his way of being or thinking, he said: ‘’But Jin changed me a lot, I took me a long time to understand Jin’’ they became closer, you can notice it in the way he speaks and refers to Jin with confidence and without a shred of doubt, he also knows how much that Jin strives in everything he does… 

I don’t know why I feel so emotional about this, but when I was watching the video I could think nothing but in namjoon being a completely soft friend with Jin. He spoke with pride and conviction when he said: ‘’i dare said that the lyrics represents Jin’’, and suddenly I felt so nostalgic, I was almost crying as I shook my head in agreement because everything Namjoon said about Jin was absolutely true, and the fact that he seemed to not have the right words to talk about Jin in a few moments,  that just shows how much Namjoon wants to show you how amazing is Jin, but then Namjoon said something that I also thought when I heard the song, when he talks about the phrase ‘'i can never fly, i probably never fly'’ Joonie is silent for a few seconds, he looks so serious and determined, he really thinks that, it’s not something that you say lightly, is something that you say when you’re completely sure of that… ’But i don’t believe this.’’  He knows that Jin is good enough, that he is talented and strives to be better every day, so I was happy when Namjoon stressed the qualities of him: ‘’Jin proved that he cant be good as a solo, he has this much emotions and he can sing this well. I think that’s was he proved’’.

Anyways, this is too long but… i can’t help it but… That is howI feel, I love my boys, I love the relationship they have, and the way in which they talk to each other is so precious, I hope that their friendship is more than infinite and that they are always supporting and loving each other.

Originally posted by hopeatuuli

C: It bothers me when black people hate Beyonce. If you’re simply not a fan thats completely fine – everyone obviously has their preferences, but hate why her? She has donated a lot of money to charities, she just doesn’t broadcast it like their celebrities. She has expressed support behind BLM and given money while most other black celebrities have stayed silent. I get that that her fans can be annoying, but I never hear people complaining about Lady Gaga or Britney Spears fan and they are just as bad.

Imagine making Sam cuddle and watch Disney movies after he said he wanted to hunt while he was sick.

“And where do you think you’re going?” you asked as you stopped your giant of a boyfriend.

“Uh, the hunt I’ve been talking about.”

“You’re sick.”

“I’m fine,” he lied.

With your arms crossed, you stared at him with a cocked brow. He always called this your “mom look” due to the fact that you had the piercing eyes of hawk and the senses of a lie detector. There was no way he could ever lie to you with this expression just like you couldn’t say no to his puppy dog eyes.

“You’re staying home with me and watching Disney movies,” you ordered as you began to walk away.

“But what about the-”

“Oh, forget about it, Mr. Winchester! You aren’t going anywhere until you’re better!”

“Y/n!” he yelled after you, but you were already in the bedroom picking out the movies.

“So,” you began, “Frozen or Inside Out?”

Requested by Nonnie

reflecting on bashir being a snugglebug and wrapping all his limbs around garak spidermonkey-like, to express affection but also bc garak has a habit of disappearing from their space apartment in the middle of the night like a weirdo and bashir wants to discourage that behavior because he wants morning after cuddles 

The explanation & viewpoint about PoE that left the biggest impression on me was the text in this site. (Christian webmaster’s site. But all japanese text)
His interpretation based on the Old Testament & the New Testament, and his viewpoint about Moses & Rameses’ relationship and their father(Seti & Jethro) are very interesting.

And, though other people also wrote about this…
In PoE there are the scenes some characters weep and shed tears, but Rameses have never done it in the movie.
I am sad about his stubbornness, but I love him like that.

(He might not be able to do it because of his temperament, position and his father’s word. He was just having sad expression(like watery eyes) even when his son died.
On the other hand, Moses is crying about what he(God) done after death of Rameses’ son. I also love his compassionate feelings)

ok I’m discussing the complete opposite of my experience so bear with me if it’s OOC

the way dex acts in his first year at college is 100% due to toxic masculinity. he has very strong feelings about everything, in reaction to a lot of things. but the only strong emotion that is encouraged is anger.

he learns to repress everything else, because everything but that anger is too ‘womanly’. he can’t even express happiness to its fullest, because he sometimes stims when he gets going and people say he looks weird. he feels like half a person, like half of him is locked away, unable to express itself. he gets used to it.

he learns that he can channel his feelings into hockey, or at the least his anger. he feels almost high during cellies, bc it’s the only time his happy enthusiasm and affection are okay (this boy is touch-starved, more about that later). that enthusiasm gets him a scholarship.

everything gets worse when he gets to college, but soon gets so, so much better.

I’ve got a lot more in my head but here u go


The Summer of Chasing Mermaids by Sarah Ockler

Rating: ★★★☆☆


The youngest of six talented sisters, Elyse d’Abreau was destined for stardom—until a boating accident took everything from her. Now, the most beautiful singer in Tobago can’t sing. She can’t even speak.

Seeking quiet solitude, Elyse accepts a friend’s invitation to Atargatis Cove. Named for the mythical first mermaid, the Oregon seaside town is everything Elyse’s home in the Caribbean isn’t: An ocean too cold for swimming, parties too tame for singing, and people too polite to pry—except for one.

Christian Kane is a notorious playboy—insolent, arrogant, and completely charming. He’s also the only person in Atargatis Cove who doesn’t treat Elyse like a glass statue. He challenges her to express herself, and he admires the way she treats his younger brother Sebastian, who believes Elyse is the legendary mermaid come to life.

When Christian needs a first mate for the Cove’s high-stakes Pirate Regatta, Elyse reluctantly stows her fear of the sea and climbs aboard. The ocean isn’t the only thing making waves, though—swept up in Christian’s seductive tide and entranced by the Cove’s charms, Elyse begins to wonder if a life of solitude isn’t what she needs. But changing course again means facing her past. It means finding her inner voice. And scariest of all, it means opening her heart to a boy who’s best known for breaking them…


I had heard lots of great things about this book, and thought it would make a nice summer read. It is now October and I’ve only just finished it. Oops. This book had the bad luck of becoming one of those that you start reading and then put on hold in order to read a new release you have been very excited about (in my case this was Empire of Storm). And so, this discharged book sits forgotten for a little while, and when you come back to it you have lost your momentum. This book is now a candidate for a reread sometime in the future, as I feel like I’d enjoy it more if I got to read it in one go.

Even though I lost my place in this story a bit, I still enjoyed it a lot. What really captured me was the writing style. Elyse is a singer, songwriter, and poet, so her storytelling reflects that. The poetic prose of her thoughts reminded me a lot of the Shatter Me trilogy by Tahereh Mafi. I loved that trilogy and adored the writing style, but I know that other people have disliked it for that very reason. So if you don’t like poetic prose this might not be the book for you. However, I found it beautiful. It added to the ethereal fairytale-feeling.

The characters in this story were perfectly nice, but none of them swept me off my feet. It was the plot that really made me enjoy it. This is a modern retelling of the Little Mermaid, set in a contemporary, non-magical world. Oregon, to be precise. The old story was woven into this one very well, in such a way that the story became its own thing. I have been fond of fairytale retellings ever since I read Cinder by Marissa Meyer, and this one did not disappoint. Another thing I loved about the plot was the underlying message. Elyse loses the ability to speak and sing in a horrible accident, and as the story progresses and she starts working on accepting what happened, she encounters several people who have also lost their voices, in one way or another. It serves as a reminder of how important it is to make your voice heard, and not to let anyone silence you.

Overall this was a lovely, sweet story (but not overly sweet), with a deeper message below the surface. It was captivating and different from other contemporary romances. I think it would be a great book to pick up for next summer.

//Love from L

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Elemental power!! [Cause how freakin’ cool would it be if they could manipulate their respective element?]

Of course Lance would be totally cool with it, what with his love for all things water related apparently lol. I don’t ‘bout Keith though, he’d probably think it was cool at first too, but sooner or later he’d probably get the thoughts Aang had with trying to manipulate a dangerous element like fire [hence his focused expression]

P.S. Keith’s hair just keeps getting puffier every time I draw him lol

All people talk about art and religion with authority, and this is like discussing the nature of electricity when even scientists cannot analyse it. Yoga practice is far different: each step must be experienced before being spoken about, and in this manner we slowly climb a lofty summit where we are immersed in an atmosphere of a semi-divine nature. Until we do this we cannot gain any real information regarding religion. As we ascend from consciousness to consciousness we find that religion is like an essence emanating from one great source; though its expression varies according to the kind of cup that receives it, the student does not speak of it as the sole possession of any one caste or people, but as one essence permeating all things.
The Yogi will not discuss art or religion with people who only possess its fragments. These subjects cannot be analysed from the human plane of consciousness; but the sincere seeker will be helped in such problems by the Yogi turning the seeker’s mind inwardly to self-thought.
—  The Dayspring of Youth, by M
How do we bring the joy of Sukkot into our lives and keep it there?

We can do it by changing the way we think. When we look at life in a way that includes God in our moment-to-moment equations, we can change our willingness to embrace challenge instead of retreating in fear, and to be open to giving and receiving love.

Orchot Tzadikim presents us with seven (surprised?) ways of thinking that can change our lives.

1) Knowing that wherever we are, and no matter what negative choices we made in the past, God is compassionate and loves us more than we love ourselves. As long as we are alive, there are opportunities to find love and meet challenges.

2) Learning to recognize the ultimate Address of all the goodness that we experience. It is God who provided us with family, gave us access to friends, and most of all it is His living presence within us that inspires our self-expression. When we ask what we like best in the person we love the most, inevitably the answer will be “s/he is loyal, trustworthy a real straight arrow”; “s/he is sensitive, when we are together I feel understood”; “s/he is caring and giving.” None of these traits describe a physical characteristic. They are all expressions of the infinite light of God within us.

3) Letting go of thinking that God owes you a spouse/job/home/ because you live a decent life. Believe it or not, God was coping long before you were on the scene, and will continue to do so when you leave this world. Rather than thinking in terms of entitlement, learn to think honestly. We are the constant recipients of gifts that we can never repay.

4) Letting go of blaming other people for your life’s challenges. God designs them for you. No one can increase or decrease the quality or quantity of the challenges that you will face. To paraphrase the Talmud, God has many bears and many lions.

5) Knowing that our hearts are an open book. God “reads” us and isn’t deceived by any of our mind games. Happiness depends to a large degree on how much integrity we have when confronting life.

6) Learning to take responsibility. Our need to be awakened by the disturbing and chaotic nature of this world is sometimes precipitated by our deep spiritual slumber.

7) Appreciating that the need to earn a living brings out our creativity, that the temptation to cross lines financially brings out our morality, and that facing our limitations draws us closer to humility and having an honest relationship with God.

We are all in this together. We have different challenges in our lives and different paths that can lead us to inspiration. But we are bound together.

This idea is symbolized by the four species that we join together on Sukkot. They grow in different climates, and have different qualities – the etrog (citron) is the heart, the lulav (palm) the spine, the hadassim (myrtles) the eyes, the aravot (willows) the lips. But on Sukkot, we hold them aloft, together as one, in recognition of the Power that binds us to a shared destiny.


anonymous asked:

A lot of pro-Ana blogs like to hide behind "not promoting, just expressing myself" or shit like that and as a person who has had an eating disorder for almost 5 years, """expressing myself""" means motivation to get sicker and/or hoping someone will be your ""Ana buddy"". It's gross, and not to mention toxic. Are you honestly proud that you may have just been the person to trigger some person into an eating disorder? I couldn't live with myself. It's so fucking draining.

^this is the reason why i absolutely cannot excuse such behavior in public, even if said person is suffering from anorexia themselves

- blue


I got Jaadar through the first 10 chapters of KOTFE and every know and agian her helmet comes off, and its like imagine forgetting that this woman has a face, is very expressive and have lovely lipstick on. i forget how pretty she is

me and @maxxiedemon took Macca for a run and thought up all these things these two got up to while being ‘outlanders’ and it mostly came to them sharing the dream and thinking ‘well shit arent you pretty’ then waking up like ‘did we fuck or something?’

Macca is dealing this much better then jaadar for sure. Jaadar needs to dump the driod and go find bug boy. or at least know hes safe

anonymous asked:

Can you do Gajeel's, Gray's, Laxus, Stings and Natu's comforting their very sensitive sad s/o who feels that other people don't accept their sensitivity. (I am very sensitive person myself, it feels bad if you have to hide your feelings and other people expect you to harden yourself though it doesn't happen with snap of fingers. I want to be accepted me as I am. That stick and stones thing doesn't work for me that well now. Sorry this rant.) ; u;

Babe, you never have to apologize for how you feel. <3 If you feel like ranting, you rant! Expressing your emotions is ay-okay, as long as it is in a healthy manner.
You are wonderful just the way you are, and you should never let any one else try to change that. Society expects all of us to be strong, but that isn’t really possible. Just try your hardest, and know that I believe in you!






Doesn’t like seeing you sad, and will try his best to make you laugh

I swear every day spent in college makes high school seem more and more like a dystopian nightmare.

I mean, we couldn’t go outside without express permission, and sometimes had to display humiliating talismans to declare our right to go to the restroom without being harrassed by authorities. Even if we made it outside, there were fences and walls made as much to keep us inside as they were to restrict entry. If we strayed outside these walls, even for valid reasons, we were subject to real-world authorities (police) questioning our intent.
Our behaviors and way of dress were strictly restricted by absurd, obtuse laws dictated by people masked by a vague yet menacing psuedo-government, and the laws applicable to all citizens within our nation were not applicable to us.

It’s no fucking wonder we all loved crazy, dystopian novels featuring the destruction of an overbearing, unsympathetic government at the hands of a bunch of ingenuitive and determined teenagers.